California sounds come to Clovis!
Everything fun about the '65 to early '67 era is here...
influences of the British Invasion, folk-rock, jangle-pop, mixed with surf sounds
featuring 3 lead singers and a few guitar instrumentals.
Most Petty produced albums primarily featured songs written by George Tomsco or Keith McCormack...
in this rare instance The Chances brought their own strong originals to the table.
As Norman prepared this material for an album release,
the band called it quits and this gem sat in the Clovis vaults for decades.
The band featured Tom Beal, Steve Haehl (Travel Agency / Shanti),
Sandy Salisbury (The Millennium), and the driving beat of Gary Swafford.
All tracks are presented here in crystal clear stereo off the vintage master tapes
along with an 8-page booklet,
notes include input from members Sandy Salisbury & Steve Haehl.
If you love '60s rock, this is one CD you can't miss for your collection!
Baby, Listen To Me
I Can't Live Without It
Girl As Perfect As You
Get Out Of My Life
To Love Her
It'll Be Better For You
From Russia With Love
Lookin' For Love
Things I Feel
Always On The Run
So Much Love
That Girl (Isn't Coming Today)
The Next Time Around
Your Kind Of Love
Why Shouldn't I
Baby, Listen To Me (original mono mix)
Girl As Perfect As You (original mono mix)
bonus track: Act III / Travel Agency - Made For You
363 MB zip file
audio: 44.1 kHz / 24-bit FLAC format
12 page pdf booklet
you so much, Shawn. This is truly, so far, one of life's biggest surprises!
Kind of like discovering a past life, nicely packaged and available for reliving.
I think you may be restoring my faith in humanity, single-handedly!
This is an enjoyable experience that is so unique and unexpected.
One of the best things is that on the inside of the CD jacket, you printed the sheet music with the original chords,
allowing me to play It again just as I did 54 years ago. That was such a treat.
do believe you are a rare and special person to put so much effort into
something so far removed in style and time.
love for music must run very deep.
God Bless" ~ Steve Haehl (The Chances)
"Wow. What a different Norman Petty production.
And your liner notes - from opening the tape box, to bios of the boys written on hotel stationary,
and you having to track them down like the interested and committed detective that you are - pretty cool.
Great work by Shawn Nagy!" ~ Greg
"Once again I am blown away by the amazing sound quality, audio mix and packaging.
This is a really enjoyable release and a real credit to the Norman Petty legacy.
Keep up the superb work!" ~ Terry